News features and technical articles about the evolution of aquaculture, one of the world’s fastest growing industries.

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Healthy people: Recap of Day 2 at GOAL 2016

Seafood companies are not only striving to become sustainable and environmentally friendly; they are grappling with social responsibility issues that grab international headlines and rightfully force all links of the supply chain to button up their operations and put human 

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Fairness, stability in ensuring human rights in seafood

In the last of our three-part series on advancing human rights solutions in seafood, Magdalena Lamprecht-Wallhoff shares how social investment is key to the culture and success at Regal Springs Tilapia, the world’s largest farmed tilapia producer. 


Technology, diligence in ensuring abuse-free seafood supply chains

The Advocate is highlighting people who advance solutions in social responsibility. In part two of a three-part series, Katrina Nakamura of Sustainability Incubator discusses identifying hot spots for abuses and taking steps to eliminate high-risk products. 


Intelligence, integrity in the fight against forced labor in seafood

In previewing the SeaWeb Seafood Summit, the Advocate examines human rights in the supply chain and the people who advance solutions in rooting out worker abuses. In part one of a three-part series, Environmental Justice Foundation co-founder Steve Trent talks